MSDN Webcast: ASP.NET: An Overview of ASP.NET and Windows Workflow Foundation Integration (Level 300)
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Simulcast from Microsoft Tech·Ed 2006 in Boston, MA.
This webcast explores designing, developing, and debugging UI workflow applications. The next release of Microsoft ASP.NET will provide a key integration point with Windows Workflow Foundation, enabling developers to build PageFlow scenarios that make it easier
to create a representative UI for the business process layer. Learn the keys to creating UI workflow across interactive activities, the hosting layer, and the PageFlow design. Topics covered include the provider model for workflow persistence, communication
mechanisms between the UI and the workflow runtime, parallelism and delays in an interactive workflow, and activity mappings available to the UI workflow developer.
Presenter: Kashif Alam, SDET Lead, Microsoft Corporation
Kashif Alam is a program manager on the UI Frameworks team at Microsoft and is currently responsible for the data stack in Microsoft ASP.NET "Atlas." He also helps to ensure that previously shipped versions of Microsoft ASP.NET can be supported. Kashif got
his start at Microsoft in 2001, when he worked on the Mobile Internet Toolkit and extended Microsoft ASP.NET 1.0 to create a framework to build applications for personal digital assistants (PDAs) and mobile phones.
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